SAT: Support from Guidance Counselors: Tutorial 8
Sarah Newlin, Testive’s Support Counselor Outreach Consultant, is exploring how suggestions counselors are actually preparing for the newest SAT and what advice they will be giving mother and father and scholars.
So , what are assistance counselors telling their college students about the BRAND NEW SAT? In actual fact, not all that much just yet. Most are still recognizing for themselves what are the changes mean for the evaluation content and the most don’t want to pile pointless stress on top of students and parents. After all, the College Board continues to in the process regarding releasing learn about the new test to the general public.
That said, a good number of counselors frequently fall into 2 camps in terms of the advice they can be giving:
Camp 4: Focus on the actual ACT
The theory driving this position is the ACT has become a 2010 pretty fixed test for quite a while. This equals more general population knowledge about test and the option of more prime quality practice supplies. In short, test-takers and those who also help them anticipate the RESPOND tests, could better foretell what the BEHAVE will be such as on experiment day.
On the reverse side, the College Mother board will only currently have limited ‘official’ practice fabric available and in some cases that will not possibly be as vetted as ongoing SAT exercise material such as the Blue Reserve. Until a few administrations belonging to the new evaluation have approved and just about any kinks happen to be worked out, test content only will be fairly unknown and unknowable. Continue reading SAT: Support from Guidance Counselors: Tutorial 8